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Ted Kennedy Killed By Obama Death Cult

by | 26th, August 2009

6962806TED Kennedy is dead and the Barack Obama Death Cult realises that Obama is the last Kennedy standing. Chris Matthews says so.

As Gateway Pundit notes:

“Chris Matthews also used Teddy Kennedy’s death to bash conservatives as an angry mob of potential assassins. NewsBusters has the transcript from this morning”:

CHRIS MATTHEWS: You know there’s going to be a lot of talk about the tragic blessings of the Kennedy family, and the curse. And it’s all nonsense. These people were courageous risk takers. Kathleen Kennedy, the girl, the oldest daughter, she was killed with her lover traveling on a plane ride she never should have taken through terrible weather in Europe. Joe Kennedy, Jr. took a mission that nobody should have taken in a plane loaded with dynamite to go blow up the V-1 rocket sites. Jack Kennedy was killed in an open car in Dallas in the midst of the most hated–it’s like the mood we’re in right now.

As Mark Finkelstein noted- JFK was killed by a communist, not a right winger.


One of two people suspected of shattering 11 windows Tuesday morning at the state Democratic Party headquarters has an arrest record and a history of helping a Democratic political candidate, public records show.

Police said that about 2:20 a.m., 24-year-old Maurice Schwenkler, now in custody, and an at-large accomplice took a hammer to the picture windows displaying posters touting President Barack Obama and his health care reform efforts.

Jules Crittenden has more.

Meanwhile, they still come for The One:. As Jamie Wearing notes:

“Obama worship taken to an absurd extreme. Good grief, people, he’s not a higher being”:

This town has been a summer haven for generations of African-Americans, from writers like Dorothy West to civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

But none have caused quite as much commotion as President Obama, whose dinner out here Tuesday night had residents flooding into the streets – and bursting with pride.

“I just wanted to come and breathe the same air as them,” said Gloria Rayburn, 75, who joined some 800-plus others along Oak Bluffs’ main drag, where they had gathered in hopes of catching a glimpse of America’s first black President.

His blackness is all… in post-racial America…

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